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Savannah Shuler

Savannah Shuler

Savannah Shuler is a former editorial intern for University Communications. In spring 2019, Savannah received her BA in English studies, along with a minor in linguistics and a certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).

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Karina Haddad walks through the woods in fall with a drip torch and shovel to conduct a prescribed burn.

Innovative Program Strives to Protect the Wildlands of the West

The first of its kind in the CSU, the interdisciplinary master's degree in wildland management is graduating students from its inaugural cohort.

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CSU, Chico Recognizes 2020–21 Outstanding Faculty

These awards—among the highest at CSU, Chico—celebrate the excellence of eight phenomenal faculty.

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Art Studio Major Molds Her Own Future

With a passion for art and uniting her community, graduating senior Kristy Moreno has been awarded one of the most prestigious art fellowships in the nation to further her craft after college.

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School of Social Work Shares Gifts of Gratitude with Community Partners

With support from a North Valley Community Foundation COVID-19 relief grant, the School of Social Work purchased self-care gifts for area social workers who have supported students' education during the pandemic.

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5 Questions With Mountain Lion Advocate Michelle Blake

Working in legislative advocacy for the Mountain Lion Foundation, Michelle Blake ('88) wants everyone to understand the majesty of these premier predators.

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Faculty Expert: Economics Professor Jacob Jennings

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues and the national and global economies continue to experience the fallout, economics faculty Jacob Jennings shares his concerns and optimism for recovery.

The winners of this year's Staff Excellence Awards stand socially distanced in front of Laxson Auditorium.

Staff Awards Recognize Exemplary Employees

Staff Council honors four employees for their customer service, safety dedication, Wildcat spirit, and overall awesomeness.

Darlasia Miller smiles in a colorful MCGS grad stole and mortarboard.

A Force to be Reckoned With

First-generation student Darlasia Miller found her passion for activism at Chico State and strives to be a voice for underrepresented populations.

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Maintaining Connections from All Corners of the World

Even though physically distanced, international students, tutors, and advisors meet via Zoom every Friday to maintain their culture of connection and practice English.

Enrique Galvan poses at the 2019 Commencement ceremony

A True Friend, Inspiration, and Leader

Genuinely kind and dedicated to his community, Enrique Galvan embodies the concept of a true friend.

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Five Faculty Receive Professional Achievement Honors

Recipients of these annual awards are honored for exemplary teacher-scholar achievement at Chico State.

A map of the United States shows South Carolina and Chico connected by a heart in each state and a swirling dotted line between the two.

One Year Later and 3,000 Miles Away

Savannah Anderson (English, '19) reflects on how Chico State's compassion and community in the wake of the Camp Fire are a presence in her life across the country.

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Roots Resonate with Biology Major

Whether creating a campus native plant garden or researching how the valley oak is adapting to climate change, He-Lo Ramirez is letting his ancestry guide his future.

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Celebrating Student Leaders

Fourteen Chico State students were honored for their exceptional student service, achievement, mentorship, and engagement.

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A Stronger Sense of Space

Master’s candidate Mary Gibaldi focused her English studies on the subject of space in literary worlds while discovering her own new expression of “home.”

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12 Students Honored With Rawlins Merit Awards

The award—one of the largest and most prestigious at Chico State—celebrates scholarship, extracurricular activities, and outstanding academic and professional accomplishments.